Some true believers appear to be coronavirus truthers, while less diehard enthusiasts are using Bigfoot as a symbol of social distancing.
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Anxious teens are speaking out, and experts say the trend is a scary one.
Some people don’t trust authorities to save their homes, so they sneak back to protect them. Then they have to deal with the random people who show up and offer to help.
An explicit reference to targeting Jewish people with infection has evolved into something much more nebulous.
The weirdest part: He insists that he’s not just a visitor being a jerk, but a political refugee from American injustice.
Inside the dark world of eWhoring, wherein scammers impersonate porn stars and take fans for thousands of dollars. The shady practice has seen a big uptick amid coronavirus.
“What I am worried about, is if I will somehow go to jail for running a porn site based on having sex on molly,” said its creator, before the site vanished.
Mandatory testing, masks for patrons—as Nevada looks to reopen, the state’s sex industry is scrambling to figure out how to reduce risk during, um, “close-contact work.”
Business is booming for companies that sell at-home sperm collection kits, thanks in part to questionable fears about COVID-19 reducing fertility.
Those who work with pets have noticed a surge of interest in the vaccine, which would not work on COVID-19 in animals or humans.